In Unix, how do I change the permissions for a file?

By | August 24th, 2012|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

You can change file permissions with the chmod command. In Unix, file permissions, which establish who may have different types of access to a file, are specified by both access classes and access types. Access classes are groups of users, and each may be assigned specific access types. The access classes are "user", "group", "other", and "all". [...]